Updated: 18th November 2002

What's new?
Handicap No 1 Results18/11/2002
4th Gwent League Fixture Changed...again!16/11/2002
Aberdare X-C Complete Results16/11/2002
New Club Events Schedule4/11/2002
Aberdare X-C Report16/11/2002

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Introduction to the Club at the bottom of this page
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Find out more about the Club (and other organisations) from the following pages:

Click on:CONTENTSUpdated:
TRC Club PageGeneral information (including contacts)20th February 2000
Odds & EndsGeneral news items and topics 21st September 2002
Club RunsInformation about our regular training runs 3rd October 1999
TRC Races Details of events organised by the Club26th April 2002
Runners Web Information about other clubs and events(Frequently)
BAF The Club's site with British Athletics24th December 2000
Results Members' results in recent events18th November 2002
Reports Reports on recent events16th November 2002
Gallery The Picture Gallery7th July 2002
Future Events Future Club Events Diary16th November 2002
Committee Lots of personal details!16th June 2002
Code of Conduct Club Conformity to BAF Requirements19th December 2001
Smiles Harmless amusements for pseudo-intellectuals6th September 2002


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Thornbury Running Club has existed since 12th December 1985, when the plans for a Club prepared by a group of six keen runners were approved at the Inaugural Meeting. Since then, the Club has steadily grown and currently has a total of between 80 and 90 members, putting it in the top 25% (by membership) of UK Athletics clubs. More important, it is a very active membership, with typically 30 - 40 present at Club Nights.
The Club offers the opportunity to run in the company of others, either for friendly competition or for social reasons. It also encourages participation in athletics events such as road races and cross-country. Above all, we like to believe that members enjoy their running.
Finally, there are no qualifying standards for membership, but most members are capable of running up to 5 miles and the range of ability is from 6-minute miles (or better) to 9-minute miles. If you cannot yet achieve this, you can still join, preferably with friends of similar ability, or just keep training - we will be happy to advise.

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